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HDT Announces Top 50 Green Fleets of 2016

November 14, 2016

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Heavy Duty Trucking magazine has announced its Top 50 Green Fleets for 2016, trucking companies that are leading the industry in the adoption of green, sustainable practices, policies, and technologies.

The Top 50 Green Fleets are chosen by HDT’s editors. Candidates for the award are nominated online or found through gathering publicly available information, such as websites, case studies, and news reports.

Honorees include companies of all types and sizes. There are government fleets, private fleets, for-hire fleets, and truckload, less-than-truckload, vocational and delivery fleets. Some fleets have fewer than 50 trucks, others have more than 5,000, but all fleets have made a commitment to green, sustainable operations. That may include alternative fuels, top fuel mileage and freight efficiency for lower greenhouse gas emissions, energy-saving facilities, recycling programs, etc.

Here are the Top 50 Green Fleets for 2016, presented in alphabetical order:

A. Duie Pyle West Chester, Pennsylvania

Altom Transport Hammond, Indiana

AmeriPride Services Minnetonka, Minnesota

B&B Trucking Kalamazoo, Michigan

Carbon Express Wharton, New Jersey

Cargo Transporters Claremont, North Carolina

City of Columbus Columbus, Ohio

City of Long Beach Long Beach, California

Cooper Freight Memphis, Tennessee

Dillon Transport Burr Ridge, Illinois

FCA Transport Detroit, Michigan

FedEx Memphis, Tennessee

Frito-Lay Plano, Texas

Garner Trucking Findlay, Ohio

Groupe Robert Rougemont, Quebec

Hawaii Electric Light Hilo, Hawaii

Halvor Lines Superior, Wisconsin

Hazmat Environmental Group Lackawanna, New York

H.O. Wolding Amherst, Wisconsin

Interstate Distributor Co. Tacoma, Washington

JNJ Express Memphis, Tennessee

Knight Transportation Phoenix, Arizona

Kuperus Trucking Jenison, Michigan

Kwik Trip La Crosse, Wisconsin

M&M Cartage Louisville, Kentucky

Matheson Trucking Sacramento, California

Meijer Logistics Lansing, Michigan

Melton Truck Lines Tulsa, Oklahoma

Navajo Express Denver, Colorado

Nussbaum Transportation Hudson, Illinois

NFI Cherry Hill, New Jersey

City of New York Manhattan, New York

Ozinga Chicago, Illinois

Pacific Gas and Electric Co. San Ramon, California

Ploger Transportation Norwalk, Ohio

Quest Global Kennesaw, Georgia

RRR Transportation Calhoun, Georgia

Republic Services Phoenix, Arizona

REV Hoopes Trucking Ulysses, Pennsylvania

Saddle Creek Logistics Services Lakeland, Florida

Schneider Green Bay, Wisconsin

Sharp Transport Ethridge, Tennessee

Sheehy Mail Contractors Waterloo, Wisconsin

Swift Transportation Phoenix, Arizona

System Freight Inc. Jamesburg, New Jersey

UPS Atlanta, Georgia

Ursa Logistics Pewaukee, Wisconsin

U.S. Xpress Enterprises Chattanooga, Tennessee

Waste Management Houston, Texas

Western Flyer Express Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

You can read more details in the November issue of Heavy Duty Trucking.

Comments

  1. 1. Richard Dean Frick [ November 15, 2016 @ 09:32AM ]

    I don't see mention about Virginia Transportation Corporation with their "Green" Automobile Transporters and CNG Generation Station in Taladega, AL.

  2. 2. Royal Jones [ December 02, 2016 @ 03:00PM ]

    Wow, they left out number 1... MVT

 

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